The following is a list of resources that are relevant to our mandate and highlight the positive influences and options available to Aboriginal youth.
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
AANDC is one of the federal government departments responsible for meeting the Government of Canada’s obligations and commitments to First Nations, Inuit and Métis, and for fulfilling the federal government’s constitutional responsibilities in the North.
Aboriginal Canada Portal- Youth Organizations and Associations
This section contains links to youth organizations and associations that offers services and resources to them.
Aboriginal Healing Foundation
An Aboriginal-managed, national, Ottawa-based, not-for-profit private corporation established March 31, 1998 and provided with a one-time grant of $350 million dollars by the federal government of Canada as part of Gathering Strength — Canada’s Aboriginal Action Plan. The Aboriginal Healing Foundation was given an eleven-year mandate, ending March 31, 2009, to encourage and support, through research and funding contributions, community-based Aboriginal directed healing initiatives which address the legacy of physical and sexual abuse suffered in Canada’s Indian Residential School System, including inter-generational impacts.
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) is the first and only national Aboriginal broadcaster in the world, with programming by, for and about Aboriginal Peoples, to share with all Canadians as well as viewers around the world.
Aboriginal Shield Program (RCMP)
The Aboriginal Shield Program (ASP), one of RCMP’s Drugs and Organized Crime Awareness Service’s (DOCAS) main initiatives, is a youth-driven program that provides substance abuse prevention and healthy lifestyles coaching to Aboriginal communities.
Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Circle
The ASRCNL is a non-profit organization funded through a bilateral agreement between the federal and provincial governments aimed at increasing the capacity of aboriginal athletes, coaches and officials.
Aboriginal Tobacco Program
The Aboriginal Tobacco Program (ATP) works with Aboriginal communities to decrease and prevent the misuse of tobacco.
Academy of Learning College
Academy of Learning College stands out as a training provider relied on by students, employers and government agencies. No other private post-secondary college can match the variety of programs that Academy of Learning College offers. Students can choose from over 30 diploma and certificate programs offered at Academy of Learning College.
Arctic Children and Youth Foundation
The Arctic Children and Youth Foundation – Canada’s only national charitable organization that strives to champion Arctic children and youth.
AREVA supplies solutions for power generation with less carbon. Its expertise and unwavering insistence on safety, security, transparency and ethics are setting the standard, and its responsible development is anchored in a process of continuous improvement.
Assembly of First Nations
The Assembly of First Nations is the national organization representing First Nations citizens in Canada. The AFN represents all citizens regardless of age, gender or place of residence.
Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada
Since 1911 the AUCC has been the national voice for Canadian universities, representing 95 public and private not-for-profit universities and university degree-level colleges.
Baffin Region Chamber of Commerce
The Baffin Regional Chamber of Commerce is a non-partisan organization established to foster, promote and improve business development in a responsible manner while providing value to membership through benefits, partnerships, communications, advocacy and initiatives.
BC Aboriginal Mine Training Association
BC AMTA is one of 32 current (ASEP) Aboriginal Skills Employment Programs operating in various industries throughout Canada. The ASEP programs are federal Aboriginal training-to-jobs initiatives under HRSDC (Human Resource Services Development Canada).
BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres
The BCAAFC is the umbrella association for 23 Friendship Centres throughout the Province of British Columbia. Friendship Centres provide a number of quality services to the Aboriginal communities located in an urban setting.
Blueprint For Life
Blueprint For Life runs “Social Work Through Hiphop” programs throughout Canada’s north and in Canada’s inner cities. Blueprint For Life believes that people make changes in their lives based on the relationships they have with others and how they see themselves fitting into the world.
Bravo Gold Corp.
Bravo Gold Corp. is a well-financed Canadian based exploration company committed to increasing shareholder value with an experienced management team that has successfully demonstrated the ability to identify, explore and develop gold/silver properties within North America.
Brian Glow Corporate Entertainment Solutions
World renowned corporate entertainer and magician, Brian Glow has performed at literally thousands of corporate Events world-wide and entertaining millions with his TV specials.
Cambridge Bay Community Wellness Center
The Cambridge Bay Community Wellness Center’s mission is to help people achieve their full potential to become independent, healthy and safe. This is achieved by delivering educational programs and counselling services that promote freedom from addiction and violence and encourage positive life style choices.
Canada World Youth
Canada World Youth (CWY) is a world leader in developing international educational programs for young people aged 15 to 35. A non-profit organization, CWY is dedicated to enriching the lives of young people that have a desire to become informed and active global citizens. CWY programs are designed to help youth experience the world for themselves, learn about other cultures and diverse Canadian communities while developing leadership and communication skills.
Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors
Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors (caodc) is the unified voice of the Canadian drilling and service rig industry. This industry association promotes safer and more efficient operations through advocacy, communications and needed products and services.
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP)
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) represents companies, large and small, that explore for, develop and produce natural gas and crude oil throughout Canada.
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
CCAB helps create great prospects for Aboriginal business people and their partners, suppliers and customers.
Canadian Coast Guard College
The Canadian Coast Guard College offers unique learning opportunities for Officer Cadet recruits and Canadian Public Service employees involved in marine safety and environmental protection.
Canadian Council on Learning
The Canadian Council on Learning is a catalyst for lifelong learning, promoting and supporting evidence-based decisions about learning throughout all stages of life, from early childhood through to the senior years.
Canadian Healthcare Association
The Canadian Healthcare Association is the recognized champion for a sustainable and accountable quality health system that provides access to a continuum of comparable services throughout Canada, while upholding a strong, publicly-funded system as an essential, foundational component of this system.
CAPE Fund is a $50 million private-sector investment fund initiated by 21 of Canada’s leading companies, individuals and US based Foundations. CAPE Fund will be focused on mid-market opportunities with a strong degree of Aboriginal involvement and connection to Aboriginal communities throughout Canada.
CDI College has been one of the leading career training institutions in Canada, thanks to its commitment to quality education and the success of its students.Whether you’re training for a career in healthcare, business or technology, their programs will prepare you to use the most current methods, practices and tools utilized by professionals on the job.
Centre for Aboriginal Health Research (CAHR)
CAHR is dedicated to promoting and engaging in health research in partnership with Aboriginal peoples to improve their health.
Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER)
A national, First Nation-directed environmental non-profit organisation with charitable status. We were established in 1994 by a group of First Nation Chiefs from across Canada. Through our programs, we take action on climate change, build sustainable communities, protect lands and waters, and conserve biodiversity.
Centre for Race and Culture
Since 1993, the Centre for Race and Culture (CRC) has worked throughout northern Alberta to foster social harmony and cultural inclusion.
CompuCorps assists charities to develop web sites, maintain computer labs for kids, update databases and analyze their computer and internet needs.
The Construction Sector Council (CSC)
The Construction Sector Council (CSC) is a national industry-led organization committed to the development of a highly skilled workforce that will support the future needs of Canada’s construction industry.
Correctional Service of Canada
The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) is the federal government agency responsible for administering sentences of a term of two years or more, as imposed by the courts.
Dalhousie University is one of Canada’s leading universities widely recognized for outstanding academic quality and the opportunities presented by our broad range of educational and research activities. Dalhousie, part of the vibrant Halifax community since 1818, attracts high achieving, motivated and engaged students from around the world. Offering specialized programs such as Transition Year Program for First Nation adults interested in attending university.
“Deloitte” is the brand under which tens of thousands of dedicated professionals in independent firms throughout the world collaborate to provide audit, consulting, financial advisory, risk management, and tax services to selected clients.
Directors Guild of Canada
The Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) is a national labour organisation that represents over 3,800 key creative and logistical personnel in the film and television industry covering all areas of direction, design, production and editing.
The Dreamcatcher Foundation is a registered charitable foundation with objectives and a mission to address situations unique to the First Nations community.
Eagle Law Group
At Eagle Law Group, you can expect our experienced legal team to provide you excellent legal advice specially tailored to meet your community’s needs. First Nation governments and organizations have unqiue specific requirements, and need a team like Eagle Law Group that understands First Nations.
First Nations National Building Officers Association
First Nations National Building Officers Association (FNNBOA) is a national nonprofit organization. It represents those individuals who provide residential, commercial and institutional construction and renovation technical services (i.e., plans review, inspections, recommending repairs, technical advocacy and advisory role) for buildings located in First Nation/Aboriginal communities. There are approximately 250 to 300 employed in this sector.
First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv)
The First Nations University of Canada is a First Nations’ controlled university-college which provides educational opportunities to both First Nations and non-First Nations university students selected from a provincial, national and international base. FNUniv is a unique Canadian institution that specializes in Indigenous knowledge, providing post-secondary education for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students alike within a culturally support environment.
Girl Guides of Canada
Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada, the organization of choice for girls and women, makes a positive difference in the life of every girl and woman who experiences Guiding so she can contribute responsibly to her communities. Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada enables girls to be confident, resourceful and courageous, and to make a difference in the world.
Going M.I.L.E.S is a leadership initiative, created for the sole purpose of fostering a positive environment for Aboriginal youth to grow and interact with today’s top Aboriginal talent, through the medium of the arts.
Government of Nunavut (The Department of Culture, Language, Elders and Youth)
The Department of Culture, Language, Elders and Youth was established to provide leadership within the Government of Nunavut in the development and implementation of policies, programs and services aimed at strengthening the culture, language, heritage and physical activity of Nunavummiut.
Government of Nunavut (Department of Economic Development & Transportation)
In the Department of Economic Development & Transportation we put people first, helping to build healthy communities and the infrastructure they need to link to each other, to the rest of Canada, and to the world.
Government of Nunavut (The Department of Education)
The Department of Education works collaboratively to build a seamless learning environment that is accessible to learners of all ages, inspires excellence among learners and educators, and promotes personal and community well-being.
Government of Nunavut (The Department of Environment)
Through Avatittinnik Kamatsiarniq (environmental stewardship), the Department of Environment, in partnership with others, protects the environment (land, air, water), parks and wildlife by promoting the sustainable use of these renewable resources.
Government of Nunavut (The Department of Health and Social Services)
The Department of Health and Social Services (HSS) is responsible for health services and social programming in Nunavut.
Government of Nunavut (The Department of Justice)
The Department of Justice provides legal services to Cabinet and the Government of Nunavut, and manages correction programs and community justice programs for Nunavummiut.
Grand River Employment and Training
Grand River Employment and Training is an Aboriginal organization specializing in Employment and Training for Onkwehon:we of Six Nations of the Grand River Terrority. G.R.E.A.T. has been in business for 17 years serving all Six Nations citizens regardless of residency. In partnership with Human Resources Development Canada.
Habitat for Humanity Canada-Aboriginal Housing Program
Habitat for Humanity Canada’s vision, mission and values are delivered by Habitat for Humanity affiliates that work in over 300 communities across Canada. Habitat for Humanity Canada affiliates select and prepare partner families for homeownership, manage the construction of Habitat homes, and hold partner family mortgages.
Health Canada is the Federal department responsible for helping Canadians maintain and improve their health, while respecting individual choices and circumstances.
Healthy Aboriginal Network
Non-profit promotion of health, literacy, and wellness. The Healthy Aboriginal Network creates comic books on health and social issues for youth.
Houston North Gallery
The Houston North Gallery, opened in 1981, is located in historic Lunenburg, Nova Scotia and is almost exclusively devoted to showing, selling and educating the public on Inuit art and culture.
Idea Connector Network
The Idea Connector Network’s Aboriginal Entrepreneurship Online Community helps you make good things happen. It is a dynamic, practical, virtual collaboration platform to connect, share, engage and prosper offering rich and varied resources to help you improve your success, find opportunities and grow your business.
Industry Training Authority
This site is a useful source of information for current apprentices and their employers, as well as for those considering apprenticeship for their career or workforce development needs.
We are Indspire, formerly the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation (NAAF). A charitable organization that is dedicated to raising funds to deliver programs that provide the necessary tools for Indigenous peoples, especially youth to achieve their potential. To date Indspire, through its Education Program has awarded more than $42.7-million in scholarships and bursaries to more than 11,500 First Nations, Inuit and Métis students nationwide.
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK)
the national voice of 55,000 Inuit living in 53 communities across the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (Northwest Territories), Nunavut, Nunavik (Northern Quebec), and Nunatsiavut (Northern Labrador), land claims regions. Inuit call this vast region Inuit Nunangat.
IR Pro Communications
IR Pro Communications has been providing investor relations services for clients in the junior mining, telecommunications, bio-med, technology and oil and gas sectors for the past eleven years.
Katimavik offers Canadian youth the opportunity to contribute to the sustainable development of communities across Canada through challenging volunteer service programs.
Kativik Regional Government
The Kativik Regional Government (KRG) was created in 1978 pursuant to the James Bay and Northern Québec Agreement to deliver public services to Nunavimmiut. Many of the KRG’s responsibilities are stipulated in the Act respecting Northern Villages and the Kativik Regional Government (Kativik Act).
Kativik School Board
The Kativik School Board was created by the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement in 1975 to serve the people living in the 14 communities of Nunavik, and to empower the Inuit to take control over their own education.
Kitikmeot Community Futures Inc. (KCFI)
Kitikmeot Community Futures Inc. (KCFI) is a lending agency focused on creating and maintaining small businesses in the region. As a non-profit corporation our mandate is to create and/or maintain employment in the region by promoting and assisting new viable small businesses or helping existing businesses through a wide range of services from strategic planning and monitoring, technical and advisory services, business counseling and assistance by providing loans.
Labrador North Chamber of Commerce
The LNCC is a non-profit organization made up of businesses, professionals and community groups. It acts as a unified voice for business, enabling its membership to accomplish collectively what one person cannot easily do individually.
Lakehead University (Aboriginal Initiatives)
The mandate of this office is to provide leadership in Aboriginal development and to advance, within the University community, an understanding of Aboriginal culture, heritage, and language through activities which heighten the awareness of Aboriginal issues and identity.
Library and Archives Canada
Library and Archives Canada (LAC) acknowledges that Aboriginal heritage represents a significant and vital part of the Canadian landscape. LAC is committed to its role in the acquisition and preservation of this heritage, as well as enabling the Canadian public to discover it.
LivingWorks is the suicide intervention training company. They believe suicide intervention should be a major part of every community’s suicide prevention strategy. A one-on-one relationship between a person at risk and a competent helper represents a unique opportunity of effecting a lifesaving or life-altering change. LivingWorks trains community helpers of all kinds to work in this intervention context.
Mac Ewan University-Aboriginal Education Centre
The Aboriginal Education Centre offers a diverse range of services; such as, academic counseling, personnel support services and cultural programming.
Makivik, which in Inuktitut means “To Rise Up,” is a fitting name for an organization mandated to protect the rights, interests and financial compensation provided by the 1975 James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement, the first comprehensive Inuit land claim in Canada, and the more recent offshore Nunavik Inuit Land Claim Agreement that came into effect in 2008.
The Métis Fiddler Quartet
The Métis Fiddler Quartet is a performing arts group that specializes in performing and interpreting Canadian Métis and Native old-style fiddle music. This bilingual French/English group continues to discover and present the old-style fiddle tunes passed down by elders from across Canada. The Métis Fiddler Quartet recognizes the importance of sharing and collaborating with this unique style of fiddle music in order to pass the traditions on to future generations.
Métis Nation of Ontario
The Métis Nation is comprised of descendants of people born of relations between Indian women and European men. The initial offspring of these unions were of mixed ancestry. The genesis of a new Aboriginal people called the Métis resulted from the subsequent intermarriage of these mixed ancestry individuals.
Métis National Council
Since 1983, the Métis National Council has represented the historic Métis Nation in Canada. Over the past two and a half decades we have continued to help move the Métis people towards self-government. We have made some very important gains in our agenda. Keeping all Métis citizens aware of our progress is a priority.
The Mining Association of Canada
The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) promotes industry growth and development while addressing the needs of important communities of interest. It’s our goal to ensure that success in the mining sector is based on a strong commitment to sustainability and ready access to accurate, up-to-date information for industry members and associates, policy-makers and the general public.
Ministry of Children and Family Development (BC)
The Ministry provides programs and services to ensure that healthy children and responsible families are living in safe, caring and inclusive communities.
The Mushkegowuk Council is dedicated to providing quality, equitable, and accessible support and advisory services to respond to, and meet, the social, economic, cultural, educational, spiritual, and political needs of First Nations; thereby improving the quality of life for our people.
National Aboriginal Diabetes Association
NADA’s Mission is to be the driving force in addressing diabetes and Aboriginal people as a priority health issue by working together with people, Aboriginal communities and organizations in a culturally respectful manner in promoting healthy lifestyles among Aboriginal people today and for future generations.
National Aboriginal Energy and Power Association
The not-for-profit National Aboriginal Energy and Power Association (NAEPA) will act as a guide for Aboriginal groups across Canada to realize the economic potential of power and energy development.
National Aboriginal Health Organization
The National Aboriginal Health Organization is a knowledge based organization that excels in the advancement and promotion of all First Nations, Inuit and Métis individuals, families and communities.
National Association of Friendship Centres
The National Association of Friendship Centres, or NAFC, is a network of 119 Friendship Centres from coast-to-coast-to-coast. The NAFC was established in 1972 to represent, nationally, the growing number of Friendship Centres that had emerged across Canada.
NationTalk is a way of managing a great deal of information for and about the Aboriginal community in Canada. The site NationTalk will assist in improving the climate for Aboriginal information sharing, purchasing and hiring.
Native Counselling Services of Alberta
In 1970, Native Counselling Services of Alberta was established with the initial objective of providing courtworker assistance to Aboriginal people who had come in conflict with the law, recognizing that Aboriginal people often feel alienated by legal and court procedures, and that they need support in the judicial system.
Native Women’s Association of Canada
The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) is one of Canada’s National Aboriginal Organizations and represents Aboriginal women, particularly First Nations and Métis women.
Nunavik Youth Hockey Development Program
The Nunavik Youth Hockey Development Program promotes the importance of education and staying active. The program is designed for students aged 5 – 17, and is a great way to encourage young Inuit to pursue their education while practicing and developing more than just hockey skills.
The Nunavut Echo is the student news and archive for Nunavut Arctic College and the Nunavut Research Institute.
NWT & Nunavut Chamber of Mines
The NWT & Nunavut Chamber of Mines, which continues to serve companies operating in the NWT and Nunavut, has been the voice of the Northern mining and exploration industry since 1967. Its goals are to promote the industry and the North to Northerners, Canadians, and the world at large.
Odawa Native Friendship Centre
The Odawa Native Friendship Centre is a non-profit organization serving the Aboriginal community in the Ottawa-Carleton Region of Eastern Ontario and surrounding communities.
Ontario Arts Council
The Ontario Arts Council (OAC) is guided by the far-seeing mandate it was given in 1963 – to foster the creation and production of art for the benefit of all Ontarians. OAC offers more than fifty funding programs for Ontario-based artists and arts organizations, with funds from the Ontario government.
Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres
The Ontario Federation of Indian Friendship Centres provides programming to it’s 29 member Friendship Centres throughout Ontario.
Osoyoos Indian Band
“The Band does not owe its membership dependency. It owes them opportunity and a chance to become independent.”- Chief Clarence Louie
Prairie Pulp and Paper Inc.
Prairie Pulp and Paper Inc. is a research, development, sales and marketing company and is led by Jeff Golfman (President), Clayton Manness (Chairman), a US-based venture capital group and a consortium of public sector, R&D scientists, engineers, marketing, sales and agricultural experts. After 14 years of extensive R&D, market investigation, laboratory work and successful engineering, Prairie Pulp and Paper is excited about the Retail launch of Step Forward Paper™.
Pretivm is creating value through gold at its 100%-owned, advanced-stage Brucejack Project located 65 kilometers north of the town of Stewart in northern British Columbia. The high-grade gold opportunity at Brucejack is the catalyst for near-term production, and our focus.
Queen’s University (Department of Mining)
From its inauguration in 1893, Mining Engineering at Queen’s has held a significant position in the Canadian Mineral Industry. The Department is currently the largest mining school in North America and one of the largest in the world.
Respect Group Inc.
Respect Group Inc. is the parent organization for the online education programs Respect in Sport for Coaches and Activity Leaders, Respect in Sport for Parents, Respect in the Workplace, and Respect in School.
Royal Bank of Canada
RBC is Canada’s largest bank as measured by assets and market capitalization, and among the largest banks in the world, based on market capitalization. They are one of North America’s leading diversified financial services companies, and provide personal and commercial banking, wealth management services, insurance, corporate and investment banking and transaction processing services on a global basis.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP Aboriginal Pre-Cadet Training Program)
The Aboriginal Pre-Cadet Training Program (APTP) offers Canadian Aboriginal people aged 19 – 29 the opportunity to experience daily police work with the RCMP.
Scott Ward (Hypnotist)
Scott Ward follows his First Nation teachings that he received in his formative years from his grandmother and elders and shares it with the world through his hypnosis shows and seminars.
Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada.
Skills/Compétences Canada is a national, not-for-profit organization that actively promotes careers in skilled trades and technologies to Canadian youth.
Skills Canada Northwest Territories
Since it started in 1999, Skills Canada NWT has been offering skilled trades and technology competitions at the territorial level as well as other awareness programs for thousands of young northerners.
Skills Canada Nunavut
Skills Canada Nunavut is a non-profit organization working to reposition skilled trades and technologies as first choice career options for northern youth. They work with youth, employers, educators, labour groups, and governments to accomplish their mission. In September of 2005, Skills Canada Nunavut became part of the national family of Skills/Compétences Canada.
SNC-Lavalin is one of the leading engineering and construction groups in the world, and a major player in the ownership of infrastructure and in the provision of operations and maintenance services.
Spirit Bear Youth Coalition
The Spirit Bear Youth Coalition is the largest youth-led environmental organization in the world with a network of more than 6 million people in over 70 countries and was founded more than a decade ago by then-13 year old, Simon Jackson, a Time Magazine.
Stop A Bully
This national Stop A Bully program was developed by a B.C. teacher allows any student in Canada to submit a bully report directly to school officials without any risk of becoming a target themselves.
Talk4Healing is available to all Aboriginal women living in urban, rural and remote communities, both on and off reserve, throughout Northern Ontario. We help women and their families who need support. As we have been taught, the Medicine Wheel provides powerful guidance in four key areas: Spiritual, Emotional, Physical and Mental. Talk4Healing follows in the traditional footsteps of our grandmothers and grandfathers by incorporating these teachings into our services. Our service area includes all Aboriginal women and their families living in Northern Ontario from the Manitoba border all the way to the Muskokas.
Telefilm Canada is a federal cultural agency dedicated to the development and promotion of the Canadian audiovisual industry.
Theoren Fleury is a former NHL All-Star, Stanley Cup winner and Olympic Gold Medallist. Recently, Theo fascinated readers with his #1 bestseller, “Playing With Fire”. Now he is one of the country’s most in-demand keynote speakers.
Thunder Bay Art Gallery
The Gallery has one of the largest collections of aboriginal art in Canada and has many workshops for aboriginal and non-aboriginal youth and adults introducing them aboriginal art and culture.
Trent University (Indigenous Studies)
Trent is a place that values Indigeneity, and the knowledge, perspective and
voice that you will bring as an Indigenous person.
University of Manitoba (Faculty of Arts)
The Faculty of Arts is committed to providing an excellent liberal arts education to its students, to expanding the frontiers of knowledge through research and creative activity, and to serving our communities through outreach and academic service.
University of Manitoba (Faculty of Education)
At the Faculty of Education, we are committed to furthering the field of education through our undergraduate and graduate programs. We have over 600 Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) students divided into three teaching streams: early, middle and senior years.
University of Manitoba (Faculty of Nursing)
The Faculty of Nursing at the University of Manitoba offers programs in a community that is characterized by a mosaic of cultural groups. This cultural diversity provides excellent opportunities for students from the Faculty of Nursing to develop sensitivities to cultural aspects of health and health care.
Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health
The main purpose of the Centre is to create and deliver services that will prevent ill health, treat illness and provide support and aftercare. Services will be offered in a culturally-sensitive way that welcomes, accepts and represents all Aboriginal people(s).
Wabun Tribal Council
Wabun represents its member First Nation at various forums at local and regional levels that range from police services boards to Aboriginal financial institutions.
Entrepreneurial brothers Scott & Jeff Ward share their ideas, approaches & strategies to inspire and motivate you down your path to success.
Yukon Mine Training Association (YMTA)
The Yukon Mine Training Association (YMTA) is a link between Yukon First Nations and Yukon‘s mining and resource-related industries. We believe that our local workforce is the future of Yukon’s growing resource industries.